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LIBRARY 



PRESENTED BY 

Class Of 1951 



THE STAGE COACH 



for 1951 




Year Book of Saint Mary's 
School and Junior College 

Saint Mary's School Library 



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Foreword 



It is our hope that this edition of the Stage Coach will help you to remember 
all the little things which go to make up life here at Saint Mary's. We have memories 
too numerous and too diverse to record individually. Yet in these pages we present 
with a sense of accomplishment the phases of our daily lives. We have tried to show 
you as you sec yourselves ... as you dash to classes, play on the athletic held, par- 
ticipate in school activities, or work with enthusiasm on social events. 

Of course, all of you will remember special events and friendships not pictured 
in these pages, but in the years ahead we hope that you may glance through this an- 
nual and say with significance, "This is Saint Mary's as I knew it in 1951." 




Of i r> 




MARY JANE HORNBACK 



Dedication 




Saint Mary's has a rare prize in the hostess around whom our "parlor life" is cen- 
tered. Her gracious charm and genuine interest in all young people make each and 
every visitor feel welcome and at home. 

However, her activities at Saint Mary's do not end with her duties in the parlor, 
for she is the warm friend of all the girls in school. Their problems are her problems; 
their joys, her joys. She offers her consolation and advice freely and wisely, and 
has truly been our "mother away from home.' 

It is with a deep sense of gratitude and appreciation that we dedicate this, the 1951 
Stage Coach to 

MARY JANE HORNBACK. 



Administration . . . 



Our faculty to guide and teach us, 
In paths of wisdom and integrity; 
Our staff to answer all our needs 
With efficiency and consideration; 
They turn the wheels of 
Life at Saint Mary's. 






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DR. STONE 




MARTHA DABNEY JONES 

Her guidance has helped to uphold the high 
standards and ideals of Saint Mary's. Her 
friendliness, helpfulness, consideration, and gen- 
uine interest in each girl has fostered school 
spirit. To our respected Dean we owe ad- 
miration and esteem. 




I. HARDING HUGHES 

In years to come, the memory of Mr. Hughes, 
his guidance, his sincerity, and his spirit of 
friendliness will be planted deep in the heart 
of each Saint Mary's student. His help with 
our seemingly unimportant problems has given 
us much solace and comfort. He has been a 
shining light pointing the way to truth and 
honesty. These we will never forget. 



The Faculty 




Martha Dabney Jones English 

Graduate of Saint Mary's; A.B., Sweet 
Briar College; M.A., University of North 
Carolina. Saint Mary's, 1937-. 

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B.S., Asheville G 



M.A. 



. English 

George 



Richard C. Stone President 

A.B., Western Maryland College; Ph.D., 
The Johns Hopkins University, Sair.t 
Mary's, 1946-. 

Ernestine Boineau Commercial Subjects 

A.B., Winthrop College; Studied further 
at Southern Business University, Georgia 
State College for Women, Appalachian 
State Teachers College. Saint Mary's, 
1950-. 

Janet R. Broughton Mathematics and French 
A.B., Lindenwood College; M.A., Ohcrlin 
College. Saint Mary's, 1940- . 

Helen Abel Brown Librarian 

A.B., M.A., Middlebury College; A.B., 
in Library Science, University of Michigan. 
Saint Mary's, 1937-. 

Owen Hand Browne Chemistry 

B.S., North Carolina State College; Ph.D., 
The Johns Hopkins University. Saint 
Mary's 1950-. 

Geraldine Spinks Cate. . . . Voice, Glee Club 
A.B., University of South Carolina; Mus. 
B., Westminster Choir College; M.A. in 
Music, Teachers College, Columbia Uni- 
versity; pupil of fulie Belle Soudant. 
Saint Mary's, 1940-. 

Florence C. Davis . Speech and Theatre Arts 
Bachelor of Oratory, I'merson College; 
pupil of Edith Herrick; Fcagin School; 
Teachers College, Columbia University. 
Saint Mary's, 191 1-. 

Mary Oliver Ellington. . .Biology, Hygiene 
B.S., State Teachers College, Farmvillc, 
Va.j M.S., North Carolina State College. 
Saint Mary's, 1947-. 

Jane Guess, Head of Department 

Physical Education 
New York State Teachct's Certificate in 
Physical Fducation, Cortland State Nor- 
mal; B.S. in Dance, University of Wis- 
consin. Saint Mary's, 1938-. 

William C. Guess, Head of Department 

History and Social Sciences 
A.B., University of North Carolina; M.A., 
The Johns Hopkins University. Saint 
Mary's, 1928-. 

Mary Ruth Haig. Piano 

DePauw University School of Music; 
Graduate in Piano, pupil of James Iriskin, 
Juilliard Institute of Musical Art; B.S. in 
Music Education, Teachers College, Co- 
lumbia University; pupil of Sascha Go- 
rodnitzki, pupil of Robert and Gaby 
Casadesus, Conservatoire Americain, Fon- 
tainebleau. Saint Mary's ,1937-. 

Israel Harding Hughes Bible 

A.B., University of North Carolina; B.D., 
Fpiscopal Theological School, Cambridge, 
Mass. Saint Mary's, 1942-. 



Peabody College for Teachers. Saint 
Mary's', 1947-. 

Mary Louise Kelly English 

A.B., University of Tenn., M.A.. Uni- 
versity of North Carolina. Saint Mary's, 
1947-. 



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The Faculty 



Anne Henderson Lindsev . .Spanish, French 
A.B., M.A., University of North Caro- 
lina. Saint Mary's, I950-. 

Annie Ruth Lineberry Mathematics 

A.B., Meredith College; M.A., Columbia 
University. Saint Mary's, 1927-. 

Hilda Rae Liverman. .Physical Education 
B.S., Woman's College ot the University 
of North Carolina. Saint Mary's, 1949- 

Chari.es Albert Petigru Moore, Head of 

Department English 

A.B., M.A., University of North Caro- 
lina. Saint Mary's, 1935-. 

Katherine Morris Art, History of Art 

Graduate of Saint Mary's; Studied further 
at University of North Carolina, Meredith 
College, Woman's College of University 
of North Carolina, Abbott School of Art, 
New York School of Fine and 
Art. Saint Mary's, 1945-. 

Mabel Margaret Morrison 

Psychology, Latin 
A.B., M.A., Dalhousie University 
University of Toronto. Saint 
1929-. 

Nancy Delia McLaurin English 

A.B., Coker College; M.A., University of 
North Carolina. Saint Mary's, 1947-. 

Watson K. Partrick. . .Bible, Latin, Algebra 
A.B., University of North Carolina. Saint 
Mary's, 1936- . ' 

Donald Peery Piano, Theory 

Mus.B., Oberlin College; M.A., Teachers 
College, Columbia University; pupil ot 
Rosalvn Tureck and Frank Sheridan, New- 
York.' Saint Mary's, 1940-41; 1944-. 

Julienne Mongin Smith, Head of French 

Department French, Spanish 

A.B., M.A., University of South Carolina; 
Certificate d'Ftudcs, Sorbonne, Paris. Saint 
Mary's, 1948-. 

Cornelia R. Winton. Accompanist 

A.B., University of Chattanooga; M.A., 
Duke University; Certificate in Piano, 
Cadek Conservatory, Chattanooga, Tenn. 
Saint Mary's, 1947-. 



Applied 



History 

Ph.D., 

Mary's, 







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Not pictured: 

Elizabeth Bason Home Economics 

A.B., Flora Macdonald College, M.A., 
Columbia University. Saint Mary's, 1924-. 

Rl-ssell Broughton, Head of Music De- 
partment . Organ, Harmony, History of Music 
Mus.B., Mus.M., Oberlin College; Fellow 
ot the American Guild ot Organists; Pi 
Kappa Lambda; Estey scholarship. Con- 
servatoire Americain, Fontainebleu; pupil 



in organ of George Whitfield Andrews, 
Henri Libert: in theory, ot A.M. Hcacox: 
in composition, ot G. W. Andrews, Nadia 
Boulanger: in improvisation, of Marcel 
Dupre. Saint Mary's, 1940-. 

Eugene F. Parker Her man, Spanish 

B.S., Norwich University, Northficld, Vt., 
M.A., Ph.D., Harvard University. Saint 

Marv's, 1 947-. 



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Staff 





Miss Bessie Burkhead Brown, Secretary to the Bookstore and Post Office; Mrs. Alice C. Boyle, Switch- 
board Operator; Mrs. Connie R. Hauser, Assistant to the Librarian; Mrs. Evie Callahan, Housekeeper; 
Mrs. Georgia Hoi.leman, Assistant Dietitian; Mrs. Mary Jane Hornback, Hostess; Miss Julia 
Jordon, Secretary; Mrs. Lola Brodie Naylor, R. N., Resident S'nrse; Miss Mary Lewis Sasser, Secre- 
tary; Miss Elizabeth Gordon Tucker, Secretary to the President; Miss Frances Vann, Assistant Secre- 
tary; Miss Dora Winters, Alumnae Secretary; Miss Mary Lane Siler, Dietitian. 



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Student Government Association 




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Honor Council 





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Betty Ann Williamson 
President of Student Government 
Association 

Anne Rixi.v 

I 'ice-President of Student Govern- 
ment Association 

Ann Nicoll 

Secretary of Student Government As- 
sociation 



The Honor Council is an organization responsible tor upholding the Honor System at Saint Mary's 
by correcting those who have violated the four Honor Council offenses — lying, cheating, stealing, 
and leaving campus without permission. Although its principal function is to penalize, the Honor 
Council tries to guide students in the right way. Mrs. Watson hi. Partrick acts as faculty adviser 
for this organization. 

Chairmen, Williamson, B.A., Rixey, A.; Secretary, Nicoll, A.; Cobbs, S.; Daniels, P.; Donaldson, S.; Gordon, (i.; 
Law, B.; Nicoll, A.; Rixcy, A.; Turley, V.; Williamson, B. A. 




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Hall Council 



Martha McGuirk 
Chair man of Hall Council 

Louise Milliken 
Secretary of Hall Council 

June Bullard 

President of Day Students 





The Hall Council is the organization which deals with the student regulations not under the juris- 
diction of the Honor Council. It handles cases concerned with dormitory offenses and minor in- 
fractions of Student Government Association rules. Martha McGuirk, as chairman, presides over 
Hall Council meetings, and Louise Milliken fulfills her duties as secretary by keeping permanent 
minutes and campus slips. Miss Martha Dabncy Jones is the faculty adviser of the Hall Council. 



Chairman, McGuirk, M.; Secretary, Milliken, L.; Bikle, C; Brock, M. A.; Cheek, B.; Davis, L.; Hall, V.; Lvnch 
M.; Moose, R.; McGuirk, M.; Nicoll, A.; Parshlev, D.; Rogers, I'.; Shanklin, C; Sims, S.; Steed, J.; Strickland, M.; 
Strupe, M. S.; White, A. 




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Legislative Body 




Chairman, Gaston, M.; Secretary, Hicks, A.; Petition Chairman, Risley, K.; Bullard, J.; Dalton, S.; DeHart, M.; 
Eley, N.; Fisher, K.; Gaston, M.; Gilmorc, G.; Hicks, A.; McCabc, A.; McGuirk, M.; Risley, K.; Rixcy, A.; Shep- 
herd, S.; White, A.; Williamson, BA. 



Vice Counselors 



Armistcad, K.; Clark, B.; Cobbs, S.; Cobev, C.j Dickinson, G.; Dunn, M.; Feimster, E.; Gaston, ML; Gordon, G. 
Hooker, P.; Milliken, L.; Oettinger, E.; Rixey, A.;Welsh, C; Woodruff, N. 




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Student Life 




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Freshmen, sophomores, juniors, sen- 



We live, work, and play together. 
Knitted by a common bond 
Into a common way of life — 
Life at Saint Mary's. 



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Senior Class 




OFFICERS 

Allein White 

President 

Margaret Ann Sasser 
Vice-President 

Eunice Saunders 
Secretary 

Virginia Hall 

Treasurer 



Allein White 
President 




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Class of 1951 



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Frances Allen 



Statesville, N. C. 



Chewing gum, Princeton gal, belle' n Belles 

Stage Coach Staff '48-'49; Orchcsis '48-49; 
Maid of Honor in May Court '49; Presi- 
dent of the Beacon '48-'49; Swimming Club 
'48-'49 ; Dramatic Club '48-'50; Y.W.C.A. 
'48-'51; Belles Staff '48-'49; News Kditor 
'49-' SO, Ediror 'J0-'51; Publicity Manager 
of Dramatics Club '49-' 50; Handbook 
Editor '49-'50; Volleyball Team '49-'50; 
Senior Life Saving '49-'50, Dance Mar- 
shal '49-'50; Legislative Body '49-'50; 
Circle 'S0-'51; Marshal '50-'51; Sigma Pi 
Alpha '50-'51; Hockey Team '50-'5I; Sigma. 



Katherine Brumly Armistead 

Kinston, N. C. 

vivacious, seript and footlights, mow-queen 

Canterbury Club '49-'50; Dramatics Club 
'49-'50, Vice-President '50-'51; Sigma Pi 
Alpha '49-'50, President '50-'Sl; Glee Club 
'49-'50, President "SO-'Sl; "The Young and 
Fair" '50; "A Mid-Summer Night's Dream'' 
'50; Stage Coach Staff '50-'51; Vice- 
Counselor '50-'51; Christmas Pageant '50; 
Mu. 



Constance Barnes Wilson, N. C. 

Talented, evening-dresses, "Beautiful Wilson' 

Glee Club '49-'50; Y.W.C.A. '49-'50; Dance 
Marshal '50-'5l; Mu. 



Mary Thomas Battle Rocky Mount, N. C. 

"gotta dash." 'HI white lies, baby face 

Dramatics Club '49-'50; Honor Roll '49-'50; 
Canterbury Club '49-'51; Granddaughter's 
Club '49-'50, Treasurer '50-'5l; Altar Guild 
'50-'51; Stage Coach Staff '50-'5l, Sigma. 



Catherine Clark Bikle Raleigh, N. C 

bubbling, collegiate, blue eyes 

Honor Council '49-' 50; Y.W.C.A. '49-'50; 
Sigma Pi Alpha "49-' 5 1 ; Stage Coach Ad- 
vertising Staff '49-'50; Business Manager 
' SO-' 5 1 ; Day Student Hall Council Member 
'50-'5l ; Sigma. 



Margaret Ann Brock Richlands, N. C. 

Diligence, contagious laugh, sugar 'n spice 

Dramatics Club '49-'50; Hall Representative 
'49-'50; Canterbury Club '49-' 50; Hall 
Council '50-'51; Glee Club '50-'5l; Mu. 





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Class of 1951 




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June Arden Blt i ard Raleigh, N. C. 

stmg-bird, loquacious, "Madame Pres." 

( ilee ( -lub '48-5 1 ; Stage Coach Advertising 
Staff '48-'51; May Day '49-' 50; Nominating 
Committee '49-'50; Sigma Hi Alpha '49-' 5 1 ; 
President oi the Day Students '50-'5l; 
Legislative Body '50-51; Petitions Com- 
mittee '50-' 5 I ; Circle " 50-' 5 I , Business 
Manager of Mu Basketball Team '50-'51; 
Voice Certificate '51; Mu. 



Laura Clark Chapman Asheville, N. C. 

inquisitive, land of (he Eskimos, I.Q. 

Sigma Pi Alpha '49-'5l; Choir '49-'51; Glee 
Club '49-'5l; Canterbury Club '49-' 5 1 ; 
Granddaughter's Club '49-'51, Bulletin Staff 
'49-'5 I ; Belles Staff '49-'5 I ; Orchesis '50-'5 I ; 
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Elizabeth Taylor Cheek Wilson, N. C. 

"pakty-pahty" rose-bud lips, tall tales 

Legislative Body '48-'49; Canterbury Club 
'48-'51; May Day '49-'50; Dramatics Club 
'49-'51; Dance Marshal '50-'5l; Hall Coun- 
selor '50-'5l; Christmas Pageant '50; Mu. 



Barbara Ann Clark Roanoke Va. 

florist pet, original, clown 

Belles Staff '49-' 50; Dramatics Club '49-' 50; 
"A Midsummer Night's Dream" '50; Stage 
Coach Staff '49-'51; Cantetbury Club '49- 
'51; Glee Club '49-51; Bulletin Stall '49-'50, 
Editor '50-'5l; Vice-Counselor '50-'5l; Sig- 
ma Pi Alpha '50-' 5 1 ; Christmas Pageant 
50; Art Certificate '50; Mu. 



Caroline Winter Cobev Hamlet, N. C. 

1 1 ednesday night calls, ringlets, Rob 

Choir '48-'50; Canterbury Club '48-'51, 
Secretary '5 1; Hall Representative '49-' 50; 
Stage Coach Staff '49-'5l; Belles Staff '49- 
'51; Altar Guild '49-'50; Glee Club '49-50; 
Senior Life Saving '49-'50; Swimming Club 
'49-'50; Hall Vice-Counselor '50-'51; Sigma. 



Dorothy Edna Crawforu Goldsboro, N. C. 

red hot, nonchalant, off-campus capers 

Y.W.C.A. '49-'51; Swimming Club "49-'51; 
Belies Staff '50-' 5 I ; Sigma. 



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Laura Duncan Davis Beaufort, N. C. 

style, individualist, artist 

Stage Coach Staff '49-'50, Art Staff '50-'5 I , 
Granddaughters Club '49-'5I; Bulletin Staff 
'49-'50, Art Editor '50-'5I; Canterbury Club 
'49- 1 51; Nominating Committee '50; Senior 
Dance Decoration Chairman '50; Hall Coun- 
selor '50-'51; Art Certificate '51; Sigma. 



Geraldine Dickinson Beaufort, N. C. 

Letters every day, swioke-stack, diet 

Dramatic Club '49-'5 1 ; Canterbury Club 
'49-'51; Bulletin Staff *50-'51; Hall Vice- 
Counselor '50-'51; Christmas Pageant '50; 

Mu. 



Class of 1951 




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Barbara Elizabeth Dixon Crewe, Va. 

'wardrobe, fancy-free, unpredictable 

Dramatic Club '49-'50; Glee Club '49-'50; 
Y.W.C.A. '49-'51; Sigma. 



Margaret Gibbs Dunn New Bern, N. C. 

sweet, "dear ole Duke," squeals 

Altar Guild '49-50; Canterbury Club '49- 
'51; Granddaughters Club '49-'51; Sigma 
Pi Alpha '49-'5I; Acolyte '50-'5l; Student 
Vestry '50-' 51; Hall Vice-Counselor '50-'51; 
Sigma. 





Mavme LaNelle Edwards 

Goldsboro, N. C. 

striking, Mr. Moore, Coy 

Y.W.C.A. '49-'50; "A Midsummer Night's 
Dream" '49-'50; "The Young and Fair" '49- 
'50; Glee Club '49-' 5 1 ; Choir '49-'51; Sigma 
Pi Alpha '49-'51; Christmas Pageant '50. 





Elise Shepherd Feimster Columbus, Ga. 

bangs, Olds 'DS, Georgia Peach 

Canterbury Club '49-'51; Altar Guild 
'49-' 50, secretary-treasurer '50-'51; Hall 
Vice-Counselor '50-51; Sigma 



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Class of 1951 





I mim Margarei Fisher Raleigh, N. C. 

Brougkton, jr., pearls, considerate 

Stage Coach Advertising Staff '45-*47; 
Organ Certificate '51; YAV.C.A. '50-'51; 
Sigma. 



\\w<\ Margarei Gaston Bclmonr, N. C. 
"tickling the ivories" eye-lash curler, petite 

Stage Coach Staff '48-'40, 50-5 1 ; Y.W.C.A. 

'4H-'5l ; Hall Vice-Counselor '50-'5l; Sigma 
Pi Alpha '50-'51; Chairman of Legislative 
Body *50-'5l; Sigma. 





Virginia Randolph Gilliam Raleigh, N. C. 

gray matter \ friendly \ "what's this mess about? 1 

"A Midsummer Night's Dream" '50; Grand- 
daughters Club '49-51; Sigma Pi Alpha 
'49-'50, secretary-treasurer '50-*5I ; Stage 
Coach Advertising Staff '50-'51; Mu. 



Grace Calvert Gordon Spray, N. C. 

magnetic, natural beauty, "Spray . . . ever 
heard of Leaksville?" 

Granddaughters Club '49-' 5 1 , Secretary 
'49-' 50; Stage Coach Staff '40-51; Canter- 
bury Club '49-'50, Vice-President '50-*51; 
"A Midsummer Night's Dream" '50; Dra- 
matic Club '49-'50; Basketball 49-51 ; 
Volleyball '49-*50; Softball '49-'50; Honor 
Council '50-*51; Marshal '50-'51; Student 
Vestry *50-'5i; Hail Vice-Counselor *50-'5l; 
Altar Guild '50-'5I; All-Star Hockey *50-'51; 
Hockey Captain '50-'5I; Senior Life Saving 
51; Circle '50-'5l; Mu. 





Katherine Jean Gould Gastonia. N. C. 

fluttery, eyes ami brows, LaNelle's cohort 

Glee Club '49-'50; Y.W.C.A. '49-*5I; Choir 
'50-'5I; \lu. 



Virginia Flora Hall Elizabeth City, N. C. 

smiles at 7 A.M., mdespensable, goldie locks 

Granddaughters Club '49-' 50, Vice-Presi- 
dent '50-'5 1 ; Canterbury Club '49-'50, Treas- 
urer '50-'51; Altar Guild "49-'50, Vice-Presi- 
dent "50-'51; Senior Class Treasurer '50-51; 
Senior Warden of Student Yesrrv '50-' 5 1 ; 
Hall Counselor '50-51; Circle '50-'51; Mu. 



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Class of 1951 



Madge Field Hooker Martinsville, Va. 

"Charlie My Boy" immaculate, purple shoes. 

Sigma Cheerleader *49-'50; Dramatic Club 
'49-5 1 ; Belles Circulation Staff '49-'5l; 
Y.W.C.A. "49-' 5 1 ; Marshal '50-'5I; Orchesis 
'50-'51; Hall Vice-Counselor '50-'51; Sigma 



Jean Marie Lang Rehohorh, Va. 

deep voice, good grades, Virginia aristocrat. 
Y.W.C.A. '49-'51; Belles Staff '49-'51; Sigma. 



Merre-Lyn Lynch Winston-Salem, N. C. 

puns, "A's," gets that job done. 

Belles Staff '49-'50; Altar Guild '49-'50; Glee 
Club '49-'50; Canterbury Club '49-'5l; 
Sigma Pi Alpha '49-'50, Vice-President '50- 
'51; Stage Coach Staff" '49-'50; Kditor of 
Stage Coach '50-'5f; Circle '50-'5l; Hall 
Council '50-'51; Christmas Pageant \50-'51; 
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Alice Fra 



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Indianapo 

vjim, ivigor, wit, witttlity, 

Softball '49-'50; May Day Pageant '49-'50; 
Dramatic Club '49-51; Altar Guild '49-'51; 
Y.W.C.A. '49-'51; Belles Staff '49-'51; Bul- 
letin Staff '49-'S 1 ; Stage Coach Staff '49-50', 
Art Editor '50-'51; Sigma. 







Louise Manning Mili.iken 

Southern Pines, N. C. 

honors, midnight vigils, posture. 

Granddaughter's Club "49-'51; Canterbury 
Club '49-' 5 I ; Posture Queen '49-' 5 1 ; Basket- 
ball All-Star '49-'50; Hall Representative 
'49-'50; Tennis Team '49-'50; Doctor's 
Daughters Club '49-' 50, Vice-President '50- 
'51; May Day Pageant '49-'50; Circle '49- 
'50, President '50-'51; Secretary of Hall 
Council '50-'51; Christmas Pageant '50; 
Hall Vice-Counselor '50-' 5 1 ; Junior Class 
Adviser '50-'51 ; President of the Mil's '50'5I . 



Reiiecca Ann Moose Boone, N. ( :. 

Blue Ridge Queen, dramatics, loves those 
foreigners. 

Canterbury Club '47-' S 1 ; Dramatic Club 
'4H-'50, President '50-'51; "The Young and 
Fair" '49-'50; Christinas Pageant '50, 
Dramatics Certificate '50; Bulletin Staff '50- 
'51; Hall Council '50-'51; Mu. 





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Class of 1951 





Virginia Downs Mowery Raleigh, X. C. 

Tony, lovable, "Isn't that wonderful?'* 

Hall Representative '49-'50j Glee Cluh 
'49-'50; Choir '49-'50; Vice-President of 
Dramatic Club '49-'50j Mu Cheerleader 
'49-'J0; Y.\\'.C:.A. "49-'50; Swimming Club 
'49-'50; Dance Marshal '49-'50, Chief '50- 
'51; Belles Staff '49-'Slj Sigma P. Alpha 
'S0-'S1; Mu. 



Joan Hk\ \n McCutchen Lincolnton, N. C. 

questions. Carolina-bound, cttte 
Canterbury Club '49-'50; Altar Cuild '49- 



'50; Mu. 







Juan Mann McGhek Raleigh. N. C. 

impulsive, smiles, witty 

May l-)ay Pageant '49-'50; Badminton Tourn- 
ament *49-'50; Posture Queen Contestant 
'49-'S0; Dramatics Club '50-'51; Stage 
Coach Advertising Staff '50-'51; Vicc- 
President of Day Students '50-'5l. May 
Court Nominating Committee '50-'5l , Sigma. 



Chaui.oi i e McGlaughon 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 

frank, creii'-cttt, fun to have around 

Hall Representative '49-'50; Altar Cuild 
'49-' 50; Y.W.C.A. '49-'51; Mu. 



Martha Taylor McGltrk 

Morganton, X. C. 

out Butter, poise, that drawl 

President of freshman Class '47-'48; Legis- 
lative Body '47-'48, '50-'51; Y.W.C.A. '47- 
'51; Circulation Staff" of Belles "47-'51; 
Cranddaughters Club '47-' 50, President '50- 
'51; Dance Marshal '4S-'49; Beacon '48- 
'49; Superlative '48-'49; Honor Council '49- 
'50; Constitution Committee '50; Altar 
(iuild '49-'51; Circle '49-'51; Chairman of 
Hall Council '50-"5l; Hall Counselor '50- 
'51; Christmas Pageant, '50; Mu. 



Ann Gottfredsen Nicoll Charlotte, N. C. 

"3/7" is open house, all-around girl 

Beacon '48-'49; Superlative '48-49; Hall 
Representative '48-'49; Stage Coach Staff 
'48-'51; Canterbury Club '48-'51. Treasurer 
'49-'50; Legislative Bodv '49-' 50. Petition 
Chairman '49-'50; Altar Guild "49-'51; 
Nominating Committee '50; Hall Council 
'50V51; Christmas Pageant. 50; Circle 
'50-5 1 ; Sigma. 



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Class of 1951 



Evelyn Allison Oettinger Kinston, N. C. 

Sigma spirit, cut-up, originality 

Vice-President of Freshman Class '47-'48; 
Swimming Club '47-'50, President 'SO-' 5 1 ; 
Vice-President of Sophomore Class '48-'4:?; 
Beacon '48-'49; Life Saving '48-'49; Senior 
Life Saving '50-' 5 1 ; Exchange Editor of 
Belles '48-'50, Business Manager '50-'5 1 ; 
Letter Club '48-'Sl; Basketball All-Star 
'48-50; Volleyball All Star '48-50; Soft- 
ball All Star '48-'50; Hockey All Star 
'48-'51; Vice-President of the Sigmas '49- 
'50; President of the Signvas ' 50-' 5 1 ; Ath- 
letic Council '49-'5i; Canterbury Club 
'49-'51; May Day Pageant '50; Assembly 
Chairman '50-'51; Dramatic Club '50-'51; 
Hall Vice-Counselor '50-5 1 ; Sigma. 





Margaret Jean Page El Paso, Texas 

peaches and cream, Pikas, gold locket 

Y.W.C.A. '49-'51; Stage Coach Staff '49- 
'51 ; Sigma Hockey Team '49-' 50, Captain 
'50-'51; Hockey All Star '50-'5I; Christmas 
Pageant '50; Sigma. 



Dorothy Parshley 

Providence, Rhode Island 

tl Bimbo" entertainer, "Salvation Army" 

Glee Club '49-'50, Librarian '50-'5I; Dra- 
matic Club '49-'50; "A Midsummer Night's 
Dream" '49-'50; Stage Coach Staff '49-'5I; 
Canterbury Club '49-'51; Letter Club '49- 
'51; Basketball All Star '49-'50; Swimming 
All Star '49-'50; Hockey All Star '49-'51; 
Volleyball '49-'50; Softball All Star '49-'50; 
Choir '49-'50; Senior Life Saving '50-'5t; 
Hall Council '50-'51; Christmas Pageant 
'50; Sigma. 



Margaret Louise Pearson Raleigh, N. C. 

wasp waist, strawberry blonde, always absent 

Dramatic Club '49-' 50; Granddaughters 
Club '49-'51 ; Mu. 





Jean Cameron Poland . Arlington, Va. 

talkative, some gal, Monk's Tale 

Canterbury Club '49-'5I; Altar Guild '49- 
'51; Server '50-'5 1; Sigma. 



Anne Corniok Rixey Norfolk, Va. 

"Veep to Peep," half-pint, school spirit 

Vice-President of Junior Class "49-'50; 
Stage Coach Advertising Staff '49-'5I ; 
"A Midsummer Night's Dream" '49-' 50; 
Counstitution Committee '49-'50; Belles Cir- 
culation Staff '49-'51; Dramatic Club '49- 
'5 1 ; Canterbury Club '49-'5 I ; Vice-President 
of Student Government Association '50; 
President of Student Government Association 
'51; Hall Vice-Counselor '50-'51; Circle 
'50-'51; Hall Council '50-51; Honor Coun- 
cil '50-'5I; Legislative Body '50-'5I; Orche- 
sis ' 50-' 5 1 ; Christmas Pageant '50-'51; Altar 
Guild '50-' 51 ; Nominating Committee '50- 
'51 ; Sigma. 





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Class of 1951 





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Edith Lll i i\s Rogers Wilmington, N. C. 

halo, palsy with a pen, Canterbury Club 

Altar Guild '49-'5I; Granddaughters Club 
'49-'51; Canterbury Club '49-'50, President 
'5(>-'5l; C;hoir '49-50, President '50-'5I; 
Circle 'Sri-'SI, Treasurer '5(I-'5I. Crucifer 
'50-'51; Hall Council '50-'51, Christinas 
Pageant * 50-' 5 1 ; Mu. 



Tonia Rowe Burgaw, N. C. 

Calamity Jane, Stone Martins, Always Teddy 

Y.W.C.A. '48-'51; Belles Staff '49-'Sl; Or- 

chesis '49-'51; Sigma Cheerleader '50-'51; 
Sigma. 




Margaret Anne Sasser Concord, N. C. 

slow motion, movie bug,, determination 

Nominating Committee '49-'50; Y.W.C.A. 
'49-'51; Stage Coach Staff '49-'51; Vice- 
President of Senior Class '50-'51; Christmas 
Pageant '50-'5l, Sigma. 



Eunice Jordon Saunders Lumberton, N. C. 

dependable, downright nice, Belles Scout 

Basketball '49-'51; Belles Headline Staff 
'49-'51, News liditor '50-*51; Canterbury 
Club '49-'51; Altar Guild '49-' 5 1 ; Server 
'50-'51; Sigma Hockey Team Manager '50- 
'51; Hockey Team 'S0-'S1; Sigma. 



Rosemary Scovil Greenville, S. C. 

carrot top, most amiable, "What a blow" 

Canterbury Club '49-'51; Altar Guild '49- 
'51; Hockey All-Star '50-'51; Mu. 



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Edith Confers Shanklin Raleigh, N. C. 

SAE pin, horse-tail, "cuss or curse}" 

Dramatic Club '49-'51; Stage Coach Ad- 
vertising Staff '50-'51; Granddaughters Club 
'50-'51; Hall Council '50-' 5 1 ; Srudent Vestry 
'S0-'J1; Christmas Pageant '50-J51; Senior 
Dance Orchestra Chairman ' 50-" 5 1 . Mu. 



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Class of 1951 



Marilyn Louise Shannon Greenville, S. C. 

Jimmy — and that's for sure, personality, party 
girl 

Y.VV.C.A. '49-' 5 1 ; Belles Staff '49-'51; Dra- 
matic Club '49-'5l ; Legislative Body '49-'50; 
"A Midsummer Night's Dream" 'SO; Mu 
Cheerleader 'SO- SI; Christmas Pageant '50- 
'51; Dance Marshal '50-'5I; Mu. 



Sandra Wood Sims Lynchburg, Va. 

cashmere sweaters, '[for the glory of U.V.A." 
darlin' 

May Court '49-'50; May Queen '50-'51; 
Y.W.C.A. '49-'51; Dramatic Club '49-'51; 
Belles Circulation Staff '49-'5 I ; Chief Marshal 
'■SO-' SI; Orchcsis '50-'51; Hall Council '50- 
'5 1 ; Sigma. 





Nancy Carol Sledge Whitevillc, N. C. 

sweetness personified, bridge shark, fide 
Y.W.C.A. '49-'5I; Mu. 



Julia Boggs Steed Richlands, N. C. 

"Stack," dignity, slim 'n trim 

Y.W.C.A. '47-'51; Dramatic Club '47-'51; 
Belles Circulation Staff" '48-'5l; Secretary of 
Junior Class '49-' 50; Marshal '50-'51; Hall 
Council '50-'51; Assistant Secretary '50- 
'51; Sigma. 



Margaret Mary Stewart New York, N. Y. 

server; New York rebel, elf 

Canrcrbury Club '49-'51; Altar Guild '49- 
'51; Server '50-'51; Mu. 






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Patricia Ruth Stonham 

Hendersonville, N. C 
Stage Coach Staff '49-'51; Canterbury Club 
'49-'51; Altar Guild '49-'51; Belles Staff 
'50-51; Choir Mother 'J0-'J1; Sigma. 



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Class of 1951 




Mary Ragsoai i. Strickland 

High Point, N. C. 

lake the flake, Model Material, Carolina meek- 
ends. 

Dramatics' Club '49-' 5(1. Y.W.C.A. '49-'50; 
Sigma Pi Alpha '49-' 5 1 ; Dante Marshal 
'49-'Sr; Circle '49-'50, Secretary '50-'5l; 
Hall Council '50-'51; Marshal '50-'5l, 
Hockey Team '5()-'Sl; Mu. 



Mary Sue Stri pe Winston-Salem, N. C. 

East Rock "mama." argyles, good f>al 

Altar Guild '49-'50; Treasurer of Junior 
Class '49-'50; Y.W.C.A. '49-'50, Vice- 
President '50-'5l; Hall Council '50-' 5 1; 
Sigma Pi Alpha '50-'5l, Sigma. 



Mari Kerr Sutton Wilmington, N. C. 

"B\ golly," gad-about, "colossal" stories 

Dramatics' Club '49-'51; "The Young and 
Fair" '49-'50; "A Midsummer Night's 
Dream" '49-'50; Canterbury Club '49-' 5 1 ; 
Basketball '49-' 50; Sigma Pi Alpha '50-'Sl; 
Belles Feature Staff '50-'5l; Senior Life 
Saving ' 50-' 5 1 ; Christmas Pageant '50-'51; 
Sigma. 



: Carrincton Waodell 

South Bo 



iton, Va 



Sparkling eyes, old Virginy, pencil sin 

Canterbury Club '49-' 5 1 ; Altar Guild 
'51; Swimming Club "49-' 
'51 ; Sigma. 



'49- 

I, Acolyte '50- 



Carolyn Mary WVlsh 

West Hartford, Conn. 

Yankee-land, Camay Complexion, Frank '« 

frank 
"The Young and Fair" '49-'50; Hall Repre- 
sentative '49-'50; Orchesis '49-"50; Dra- 
matic Club '50-'51; Hall Vice-Counselor 
'J0-'51; Christmas Pageant '50-5 1 ; Sigma. 



Frances Allein Wiuii Chester, S. C. 
language major, leadership. Chester '« Chester- 
fields 
Dramatics' Club '49-' 50. "Hie Young and 
F'air" '49-'50; "A Midsummer Night s 
Dream" '49-'50; Swimming All Star '49-'50; 
May Day Pageant '49-'50; Nominating 
Committee '49*-'50; Glee Club '49-' 5 1 ; 
Canterbury Club '49-'5l; Basketball 49- 51; 
Legislative Bodv '50-'51; Ptesident ot Senior 
Class '50-'51; Hall Council '50-'5t; Circle 
■S0-'51; Sigma Pi Alpha '50-'51; Bulletin 
Staff 'S0-'51; Hockey All Star '50-51 ;Senior 
Fife Saving '50-'51; Letter Club '50-'51; 
Christmas Pageant " 50-' 5 1 ; Vice-President 
ot'Mus, '50-'51; Mu. 



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Class of 1951 



Frances Mitchell Williams 

Fayettevitle, N. C. 

Carolina summer school, poise, Kleenex 

Belles Circulation Staff '49-'50; Altar Guild 
'49-'50; Canterbury Club '49-'51; Mu. 



Betty Ann Williamson Cerro Gordo, N. C. 

Ralston, Ralston, Ralston 

Dramatic Club '47-'51; Choir *47-*50; Glee 
Club 47-5 1 , President '49-' 50; Y.W.C.A. 
'47-51, Vice-President '49-'50; Beacon '48- 
'49; Orchesis '49-51; Altar Guild '49-'5I; 
Circle '49-'51; President of Student Govern- 
ment Association '50; Hall Vice-Counselor 
'50; Sigma. 





Nancy Elizabeth Wooduli i 

Red Oak, N. C. 

sportsmanship, Fort Bragg mail (sp?), thought- 
Jul 

Basketball All-Star '49-*50; Softball All- 
Star '49-'50; Swimming Club '49-'50; 
Letter Club '49-'Sl; Dramatic C:lub '49-' 5 1 . 
Y.W.C.A. '49-'50, President '50-'51; Senior 
Life Saving '5()-'5I; Christmas Pageant 
'50-'51; Hall Vice-Councelor '50-'5 1 ; Cricle 
'50-'51; Sigma. 





Sonoko Grace Yamamoto Toyko, Japan 

Our little charmer, popularity, "What can't 
she tlfj?" 

Dramatic Club '49-'51; Canterbury Club 
'49-' 5 I . Sigma Pi Alpha ' 50-' 5 I ; Christmas 
Pageant ' 50-' 5 1 ; Bulletin Staff '50-'51; Mu. 



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Class History 

CRYSTAL REFLECTIONS 

One June day several months ago — 1961 to be exact — 1 climbed cautiously up the rickety gray steps of an old house. 
The sign on the door blinked back at me: Christal ball readings. Knock twice and enter. 

"What a mad venture this is for a woman thirty years old," I thought. But within a split second I found myself in 
a simi-dark room confronted by a man who looked like something out of Arabian Sights. I glanced timidly arounJ to 
sec if he had his camel with him. 

"Yes?" came the first deep-toned word. 

My reply tumbled out: "Ten years ago I was graduated from St. Mary's. Our class was rilled uirh wonderful girls 
and unforgettable good times. I thought that mavbe your crystal ball could reflect some of the highlights of the class 
of '51." 

After gazing into my eyes for a moment, Aladdin drifted across the room until he halted in front of a small table on 
which was placed a clear globe. I heard a mumbling of words. I hen suddenly there seemed to rise from the bottom of 
that crystal ball dim figures which grew clearer and clearer until I recognized familiar faces and realized that, strange 
as it may seem, I was again visualizing September 12, 1949, and my first day at St. Mary's School. 

The front campus looked like a combination of Grand Central Station, long lost friend week, and the hour immediately 
following a Duke-Carolina game. Ott was running up the front steps with a suitcase under one arm and a basketball 
under the other. She and other old-timers such as Check, Stack, and Frankie showed a confidence that made me laugh 
when I looked at the wide-eyed faces of the new girls. 

This scene began to fade and before I could catch my breath another vision flashed into the crystal ball. I saw the 
parlor crowded with girls and faculty members assembled for the old-girl new-girl party. Big sisters were frantically 
trying to remember names, and little sisters were pulling and tugging at their evening dresses remembering the old ad- 
age: "First impressions last." In spite of nerves everyone seemed to be having a good time. I found myself wanting 
to relive those days even if it meant taking placement tests all over again. 

Next there appeared what seemed to be a preview of coming events — flashes of the hustle and bustle of first semester, 
which included scenes of the little store, West Rock dilemmas, frantic theme days, Halloween spooks, Thanksgiving 
turkeys, and Christmas bliss; and 1949 was gone. 

Second semester scenes included our first taste of that wonderful experience called a week-end, races for the sun porch, 
The May Day circus, and a packed gym where girls and boys floated on a Dreamer's Holliday. 

Then I saw the old girls in cap and gown . . . and we were seniors. 

For a moment I glanced at my mystic friend who smiled understandingly and indicated that I should again pay heed 
to the globe. Once more the campus was strewn with new faces, but we were old girls now . I saw Bimbo and Alice- 
loaded down with athletic equipment and art supplies and knew that they had been convinced that the South wasn't so 
bad after all. And there was Al White, president of our class, headed for another year on second West Rock. 

Holt Hall flashed into the picture and instead of being in a glamorous illusion, it now became home. 

I looked into the crystal ball and saw a key-hole peek into the room where an English 31 class was in session. I heard 
Mr. Moore giving what seemed to mc an outline of the semester's work, but proved to be only Friday's assignment. 
But despite the load, he was to become a wonderful friend, adviser, and adopted poppa. 

The scenes flipped by — all on a conventional order until Christmas time; then I saw so many reminders that I won- 
dered how we had managed to get everything accomplished in those two short weeks before vacation. I got a tech- 
nicolor glimpse of the silver, blue, and white decorations that carried out our holiday theme of Winter Wonderland. 
The band sounded heavenly, and the girls looked perfectly beautiful. 

Then I saw the chapel, dimly lit, and the three wise men maicstically advancing down the aisle to present their gifts 
before the nativity group . . . and for the first time it was our Christmas pageant. 

Another dim scene arose and in the cold grey chill of an early December dawn I saw strangely-clad girls gathered 
outside the dormitory windows lifting their candles with their voices in the age-old warmth of Christmas carols. It 
was our senior class. But there was a note of sadness, for this December day saw Betty Ann Williamson leave St. 
Mary's. She and Ralston were married that afternoon, and as wc stood there watching the sky change ttom rosy dawn 
to blue, we sang not only to the spirit of Christmas but to the spirit of a wonderful leader who had given so abundantly 
of her time and efforts in order that Student Government at St. Mary's might grow and flourish. 

I took another glance into the crystal ball and suddenly realized that January 2, 1951 was staring back at me and 
with it a host of new activities. I saw Rixcy coming back from her holidays to take over the leadership of the student 
body. I remember how capably she assumed her new position. 

The scenes flew by and for an instant the crystal ball was almost completely dark inside; but through the shadows 
1 saw a flashlight and a box of No-Dose. "Yes, this must be exam week," I thought. Indeed it was! 1 remembered 
how we all clamoured over to Holt upon hearing one of our famous St. Mary's rumors that Crawford had English ex- 
ams dating back to 192K. 

The scene once more shifted and it was second semester. 1 saw the days passing rapidly through the clear globe. 
The first few scenes took mc back to the work and tun before Spring Vacation.' It seemed as it it would never come. 
Scenes from Tom Jones, the girls dressed in white, the smell of Easter lilies in the chapel, and Sandra reigning over the 
beautiful May Day pageantry, Over the Rainbow, were revolving in the crystal ball. Then I saw a sudden burst of color 
and I saw the wisteria covering the red brick of Smedes and I knew that spring had surely come. 

With the tears welling in my eyes I watched scenes from graduation weekend. The crystal ball revealed from the 
past an outdoor vision of the Shakespearian play, the joyful singing of the Glee Club concert, and also a host of little 
events, such as the after dinner hen parties which rages nightly because the days were so quickly drawing to a close. 

And last there arose the deep strains of "Pomp and Circumstance," the assemblage of grey-clad figures on the front 
lawn, and the sound of fond farewells. Then the crystal ball was empty . . . but my memories remain. 

Ivi i Armistead, 
Becky Moose. 

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The 1951 Class Prophecy 

Senators May and Parshley were strolling down Pennsylvania Avenue one sunny morning on their way to the Congressional Committee 
meetings. Stoppping by a newsstand, the Senators purchased the latest issue of Strife Magazine. The contents of the magazine are as follows: 

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR 
There's No Biz Like Show Biz 

Darling: 

As the foremost star of stage, screen, radio, and television, I wish to extend my heartfelt thanks in appreciation for the marvelous, simply 
marvelous, review which you gave my recent stage performance in your last issue. Of course, it was well-deserved. Nevertheless, a check 
follows which should repay in some small way the service rendered. 

Affectionately, 

Katherine Armistead 
Madam : 

If it hadn't been for the handful of mediocre supporting players, performing alongside of, in front of, and behind your over-paid and over- 
aged darling, Katherine Armistead, rhc entire show would have gone "blooey." You should be ashamed to write such an article. 

A disappointed reader, 
Rebecca Moose 
News From Santa Cruz 
Madam: 

We were deeply touched by the article in your last issue concerning homes for destitute hamsters. We, as missionaries in the wilds of 
Santa Cruz, have made it our life's work to preserve and promote the best interests of needy hamsters. We arc calling this worthy cause 
to your attention knowing that your readers will answer the call by sending all donations to 

Outpost No. 1 

Santa Cruz, Slobovonia 

In anticipation, 
Caroline Cobey 

Edith Rogers 

* — We arc very glad that our article was of interest to you, and also that our magazine is read even in the wilds of Santa Cruz. We arc 
now able to boast of a circulation of 57. Strife feels sure that its other 55 readers will answer your plea for donation. 

Afimt Lynch — Editor. 

STRIFE REVIEWS MOVIE OF THE WEEK 

Strife's two world-famous drama critics, Sandra Sims and Peggy Hooker, have chosen "The Saint Mary's Story" as the Movie of the Week. 

"The Saint Mary's Story" or "Hillsboro Boulevard" — released by Dix Hill Studios — is a rehash of the conventional "girls' school" plot. 
Its decidedly out-dated stars, Mickie Shannon and Jean Page, in their unseccussful attempt at a comeback, emote their way through an obviously 
artificial panorama of college life. They suffer through 72 minutes of Civic Music Concerts, outlandishly strict rules, frustrated weekends, 
an impossible English course, and the regular malarky which goes with celluloid college life. 

Misses Shannon and Page are throughout the him surrounded by what seems like the entire cast of supporting players on the studio lot. 
"Not recommended for parents or children" say Hooker and Sims. "This is truly the first picture we have ever seen that we didn't like." 

The one good thing which this movie produced was that current song hit, "Pur Down That Jukc-Box, Mother. You're Too Old to Carry 
a Tune." 

TOP GENERALS ARGUE MILITARY ISSUES 

Strife takes a peck at a square-table discussion of the approaching World War V by the nation's leading military women. Ann Rixey, the 
world's only seventeen star general, spoke on the gravity of the pending world situation. Said General Rixcy, "Does your cigarette taste 
different lately?" Admiral Martha McGuirk, General Louise Milliken, and Air Force Commander Ann Nicoll have interpreted the statement 
to mean that the foreign clement in our tobacco is coming from underground sources. Strife refrains from making a comment. 

Big Business: UNIONS BATTLE BIG BUSINESS 

Catherine Bikle, iron-hearted ruler of big business today, had the following to say about her phenomenal rise in the industrial world: "I am 
the epitome of the iron and steel industry. Me mudder irons, and me fodder steals." 

On the other side of this labor dispute Strife finds /. B. Steed, the leading Union crusader, demanding a six-hour work week with triple time 
for over time. Argues Steed, "Business? Schmisness! What this country needs is a good five cent cigar!" 

HUMAN INTEREST STORY OF THE WEEK 
Frankie Allen and Maizie Strickland, Park Avenue socialites, were tied last week in their 21 day short-cake-eating contest. At this writing, 
the report is that Miss Strickland is ahead with a total of 6,492 short-cakes and weighing in at 265 pounds. However, Miss Allen has been 
gaining rapidly in the last few days and is running a close second with a total of 6,000 cakes. Jean McGhee, the only other contestant, with- 
drew several days ago. When asked the reason for her withdrawal, she replied, "Then short-cakes was just too long fer me." 

Literary Section: . STRIFE REVIEWS THE BOOK OF THE MONTH 

"THE LAST TIME I SAW PLUTO" OR "SWISS FAMILY DIXON" OR "ROBINSON X ROWE" 

Those two world-famous authors and adventurers, Roire and Dixon, have given the world another literary masterpiece. 1 his account of 
their astounding travels through space and their adventures on the planet Pluto explain for the first time the mysterious disappearance of the 
entire community of Seedy, Wyoming. This mystery has puzzled even the foremost in the field of Science. 

These two dare-devils of the stratosphere took off from Kitty Hawk at 1900. Due to the absence of gravity on Pluto, our explorers con- 
ducted their research and observed Pluto via radar-phone and tele-screen. The thrill was beyond description as they sighted the first sign of 
life on Pluto. Upon further observation, it was discovered that the entire community, buildings and all, of Seedy, Wyoming had been mys- 
teriously transplanted to Pluto. Nine, among the population often, were interviewed. Misses Laura Davis, Pat Stonham, and Rosemary Scovil 
were very pleased with life on Pluto because they had found such wonderful subjects for their landscape paintings. Mary low Battle was 
enthusiastically campaigning for Mayor of Seedy, kissing each and every baby. Dot Crawford, oi the opposition, and her campaign manager, 
Margaret Dunn, were going about muttering something about germs, but Charlotte McGlaughon, Battle's manager, came to the rescue with 
a bottle of Listerine. When Pluto University came on the tele-screen, our explorers were amazed to find their old class-mate, Margaret Pear- 
son, still studying Shakespeare under the able instruction of Margaret Ann Brock. Misses Brock and Pearson were in the same class at one 
time, but Miss Pearson's attendance record was deficient. 

WHAT ABOUT THE Z-BOMB? 
by Strife's acc-reportcr, Jean Lang 
Strife magazine interviews for the first time the world famous scientist and physicist. Miss Laura Chapman, graduate of St. Mary's School, 
five times winner of the Nobel Prize for Science, and the first President of the Interplanetary Scientific Exposition. 

The following is a condensation of Miss Chapman's interview with our Strife reporter, Jean Lang. . . . "The Z-Bomb is hot stuff!" 

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STRIFE SCANS THE 1971 WORLD SERIES 

Strife is proud to be among the tirst to present a preview of the coming World Series. For the past several seasons, the female of the species 
has been worming its way into the world of sports, and 1971 sees two completely all-women teams competing for the world's championship 
of America's number 2 sport, the number 1 sport being Friday Night Choir Practice. 

Margaret Gaston, owner and manager of the Belmont Hloomercttcs, says "With our terrific battery this team is really super-charged!" Carol 
"Spit-hall" Sledge, last year's rookie of the year, has risen to unprecedented heights on the Belmont mound. She, with the able assistance of 
Evelyn "Over-the-fence 1 Oettinger, has pitched 42 straight shut-outs. 

Taking a look at the other team, Jean "Pinch-hitter" Poland seems nor to be discouraged by this array of Belmont spark-plugs. Says "Pinch- 
hitter" Poland, of the Arlington Arm-Twisters, "1 hate to commit myself, but, dem bums just ain't gor a chance." Strife feels that that famous 
outfielder Jean "Glue-glove' Gould and Nancy "The Wham" Woodruff will sec the Arlington team through to victory. 

Strife will have an article on the winning team in its next issue. 

STRIFE GOES TO A MASQUERADE BALL 

Miss Margaret Stewart, New York's No. 1 hostess, has given another one of her fabulous masquerades, which was the high spot of the Long 
Island social season. Strife's reporter, Ginger Moiiery, along with seven of her sons, gained admittance by posing as "Snow White and the 
Seven Dwarfs" and spoke of the aHair as being the most dazzling yet. Miss l.aNelle Edwards was the center of attraction among the glittering 
celebrities with her unique costume depicting a Pepsodent advertisement. She wore only a smile. 

The guests had a difficult time recognizing the occupants of a large, barnacle-covered box, bur the occupants soon revealed themselves to 
be Grace Woodson and Connie Shanklin, representing "The i lung." 

I he entertainment for this festive occasion was provided by five of rhe top names in rhc musical world. Miss Emily Eisher caressed the 
keys of rhe Hammond organ, and Miss Elise Feimstcr performed with the cymhols while Miss lime Hit Hard sang that sentimental ballad, "Lor 
Miles Around You Could 1 lear rhe Boom When Mother Fell Out of the Rainbow Room." I his performance was brought to a climax when 
the "Jolly Sisters," Miss Gerry Dickinson, Miss Betty Cheek, and Miss Anne Waddell gave their interpretation of "He Holds the Lantern While 
Llis Mother ('hops the Wood." 

Our roving reporter next stumbled upon Mary Sue Strupe who came as a doormat. Miss Mowcry. still posing as Snow White, flaked out 
after sampling eatcrcss Virginia Gilliam's party punch. Due to this misfortune. Strife has nothing more to report on rhis function. To obtain 
Miss Gilliam's rcccipe for the punch, send your name and address to Strife Magazine. 

STRIFE INTERVIEWS THE FIRST WOMAN PRESIDENT 

Upon arrival at the \\ hite House, our Strife reporter found the victors of the last clecrion in the midst of the complete renovation of the 
White House. She fought her way through the debris of the Green Room, which was being redecorated by the new Secretary of the In- 
terior, Barbara Clark. Afrer many hours of searching, our reporter stumbled upon rhe President, mulling over the latest political gossip with 
members of her Cabinet in her private chambers. Upon entering, the first history-making words which reached rhe ears of our reporter were 
spoken by Grace Gordon, Secretary of Agriculture, who said, "My new geraniums are doing wonderfully, but I'm terribly worried about the 
ivy on the South side. And — Madam President — those cherry trees really must go!" Margaret Ann Sasser, Vice-President, replenished 
the long empty mint-julep cup beside her superior. Upon catching sight of our reporter, the President invited her to come in off the fire es- 
cape tor a little "pick-me-up." After dismissing rhe Cabinet, they settled down to a long interview. The following is a worm's eye view 
of what Miss Allcin White, the first woman President of rhe Unired States, promises to all citizens of rhis country. . . . "Two jet-planes in 
every hangar and a vitamin pill in every atomic cooker." 

Our Strife reporter then left the President and proceeded down the long corridor. As she passed one door, from which garbled mutterings 
were issuing forth, she heard unmistakably the frantic wail, "Fourth for bridge!! 1 " After a closer inspection of the situation she found that 
Virginia Hall, now Secretary of the Treasury, had stepped over to the mint for a new supply of nickels for the White House coke machine, 
leaving Eunice Saunders, Secretary of State, Frances Williams, Secretary of Defense, and Joan McCutcheon, Attorcny General, with no one to 
bid the tourrh.hand. 

The editor feels ir opportune to mention that Mary Sutton, our reporter, has resigned from Strife's staff. She is retiring on her winnings 
from that bridge deal. 

STRIFE PRESENTS A PICTURE OF STRIFE IN THE 92nd CONGRESS 

Congressmen have flooded the floor of the Senate with bills for internal improvements. The janitors have been working night and da>s 
but the situation seems critical, nevertheless. A brief resume of the new bills follows: 

Senator f'arshley, Bimbocrat from Rhode Island, has been lobbying tor the passage of a bill which will provide for rhe partial drainage of 



rhe Atlantic Ocean, the purpose being to increase the area of her home state, Rhode Island. 
Senator May. Hotshot from rhe Hoosier State, filibustered for 1 5 ( 



» days — sroppingonly to replenish her No Doz supply. Her bill for farming 
the draft horse, or was it drafting the farm horse, was defeated. 
Connecticut's Senator Welsh introduced a bill to increase the income tax to 1 15' , of the annual income, the profits of which would make 

possible the repeal of the luxury tax on cosmetics. 
Senator Harries from the newly admitted State of Wilson sponsored a bill which was killed in committee. Funeral services will be held 

tomorrow afternoon. 
Congress welcomed for the first time' to its chambers a Senator from the Orient, Sonoko Yamatnoto, who represented Japan, recently an- 
nexed 54th State of the Union. 

Strife Magazine 10c June 2. 1971 

Alice May, Dorothy Parshley. 

Last Will and Testament 

On this 4th day of June, 1951, we the senior class of Saint Mary's School and Junior College, being of sound body 
and sane mind, bequeath the following articles in the manner named below: 

Article I 

To Or. Stone, we leave our gratitude for his interest in our undertakings and his guidance in our decisions. 

To Miss Jones, we express our sincere appreciation for her efforts to instill in us the virtues which make Saint Mary's 
proud to claim us. 

To Mr. Moore, we leave the rising senior class which is equally interested in the price of eggs in China with the hope- 
that their year with him will be as profitable to them as ours' was to us. 

To Mr. Hughes, we leave our thanks for awakening in us a deaper appreciation of spiritual life at Saint Mary's. 

To the Little Man, we leave the new inmates of Holt who will also forget to pull down their shades. 

A.RTICLE II 

We, the senior class, as we leave Saint Mary's will many fond memories, bequeath the following qualities, to you, 
the Student Body. 

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I, Frankie Allen, leave Holt attic to King Risley. 

I, Kit Armistead, leave Mr. Moore confused. 

I, Connie Barnes, leave my neat appearance to Jane Bcrryhill. 

I, Catherine Biklc, leave my Saturday nights in Raleigh to the boarders. 

I, Margaret Ann Brock, leave my patience to A4rs. Naylor. 

I, June Bullard, will my voice to Jean Glover. 

I, Laura Chapman, leave my A's in everything to Mary Jane McDowell, as if she needs them! 

1, Betty Cheek, leave Ott. 

I, Barbara Clark, leave my neat room to Emilie Adams. 

I, Caroline Cobey, leave Saint Mary's, still holding hands with Bob. 

I, Dot Crawford, leave Saint Mary's to attend one of the fifteen different schools to which I've sent an application. 

I, Laura Davis, leave my crew-cut to Pat Boesser. 

I, Gerry Dickinson, Saint Mary's own Dorothy Dix, leave the girls wondering who to tell their troubles to now. 

We, Barbara Dixon and Mary Sutton, leave our problems with men to Ann Dwyer, hoping that she'll have better 

luck with them than we did. 
I, Margaret Dunn, leave 2nd Holt to find some peace and quiet. 
I, LaNelle Edwards, leave my ability to ask intelligent questions to Nancy Dawson. 
1, Elise Feimster, leave my index cards to future American History students. 
I, Emily Fisher, leave the S.M.S. organ to Cathy LeStourgeon. 
I, Margaret Gaston, leave the Legislative Body for Dix Hill. 
1, Virginia Gilliam, leave my conscientiousness to Marion Faison. 
1, Grace Gordon, leave Saint Mary's without fever blisters. 
I, Jean Gould, leave my room on 3rd Holt for the first time this year. 
1, Virginia Hall, leave 1st East Wing and slam the door behind me. 

We, Peggy Hooker and Sandra Sims, leave Saint Alaty's and this time it is not for the movies. 
I, Jean Lang, leave my high grades in English 3 1 to Adah Bass. 
I, Mimi Lynch, leave the Stage Coach completed in spite of the war. 
I, Alice May, leave my ties with the Sigma Chis to Shep Rustin. 
1, Louise Milliken, leave my posture crown to Mac MacNair. 
I, Becky "Motormouth" Moose, will my ability to talk so fast to Sara Cobb. 
I, Virginia Mowery, leave one Tony for another one. 
I, Joan McCutcheon, leave my gullibility to Lyn Littleton. 
1, Jean McGhee, leave my dependability to Sue Harrison. 
I, Charlotte McGlaughon, leave my curls to Emily Patton. 

I, Martha McGuirk, leave my accent to Buncy Robinson. What a combination! 
I, Ann Nicoll, leave my modest blushes to Ann Miles. 
I, Evelyn Oettinger, leave my all-round athletic ability to Thelma Hazard. 
I, Sugar Page, leave Pike. 

I, Bimbo Parshley, leave my appetite to Ann Stewart. 

I, Margaret Pearson, leave Saint Mary's to be absent not only on Fridays but the rest of the week, too. 
I, Jean Poland, leave my desk in Mr. Moore's room equipped with a bottle of Nervine. 
I, Ann Rixey, leave my variety of offices to Sally Dalton. 
I, Edith Rogers, leave my pious ways to Glenn Lightsey. 
1, Margaret Ann Sasser, leave a roll of washable wall paper to Mr. Guess. 
I, Eunice Saunders, leave the library. 
1, Rosemary Scovil, leave my red hair to Ann Benton. 
I, Connie Shanklin, leave S. M. S., still frantic. 

I, Carol Sledge, leave Saint Mary's as thoughtful and unselfish as ever. 
I, Julia Steed, leave my sophisticated air to Alice Jones. 
I, Margaret Stewart, leave for New York to see the Cloisters. 

I, Pat Stonham, leave Saint Mary's as the first girl in the senior class to be a mother. Choir mother, that is. 
1, Mazie Strickland, leave my charm and poise to A. J. Owens. 
1, Mary Sue Strupe, leave the "rcc" room a wreck. 

1, Ann Waddell, will my constant anxiety over my studies to May Holton. 
1, Carolyn Welsh, leave the Raleigh Police Force still searching for the Little Man. 
1, Al White, leave my ability to start rumours to Dorothy Morris. 
I, Frances Williams, leave for Carolina to get a few things straight with the DKE's.. 
I, Nancy Woodruff, leave my legs to Nell Eley. 
I, Grace Woodson, leave 1st Holt to make all the noise I want to. 
1, Sonoko Yamamoto, leave my nice manners to Julie Nolan. 
We, Toni Rowe and Mickie Shannon, will our love for the SAE's at Davidson to any gitl lucky enough to know them 

We, the testators, Rowe and Shannon, representing the senior class, do hereby appoint Mr. Charles Albert Pettigru 
Moore and Dr. Richard G. Stone as administrators of this, our Last Will and Testament, and instruct the above men- 
tioned to carry out the same. 

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Junior Class 



OFFICERS 

Alice Hicks 
President 

Nancy Dawson 
Vice-President 

Ann Patterson 

Secretary 

Anne Penton 
Treasurer 



First row, left to right: Allen, Florence Virginia, Warrenton, N. C; Arthur, Anna Ball, Raleigh, N. C; Bass, Adah 
Mayrield, Tarboro, N. C; Benton, i\nne Gary, Wilmington, N. C; Berryhill, Jane Carol, Chapel Hill, X. C. 

Second row: Boesscr, Mary Patricia, Winston-Salem, N. C; Boone, Julia Claire, Arlington, Va; Bridgcr, Martha, 
Bladenboro, X. C; Buchanan, Pcarle Long, Hendersonville, X. C; Buchly, Ann Lane, Ft. Bclvoir, \"a. 











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Class of 1952 









F;m row, left to right: Campbell, Audrey, Raleigh, N. C; Chappell, Gertrude Ward, Raleigh, N. C.j Cheatham, 
Margaret Eleanor Davis, Henderson, N. C; Clarke, Elizabeth Coale, Goldsboro, N. C; Costncr, Peggy Ann, Lexington, 
N. C. 

Second row. Crofton, Nell Boone, Lumberton, N. C; Cross, Edith Yarborough, Gatesville, N. C; Daniel, Katherine 
Ann, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.; Dawson, Nancy Bragg, Elizabeth City, N. C; Dize, Patricia Jane, Winston-Salem, N. C. 



Third row, left to right: Donaldson, Sandra Louise, Wilson, N. C; Dorris, Elizabeth Strange, Raleigh, N. C.j Dorsett, 
Mary Minerva, Ridgewood, N. J.; Dunn, Elizabeth Pannill, Alexandria, Va,; Dwyer, Ann Elizabeth, New Orleans, 
La. ' 

Fourth row: Faddy, Mary Ann, Raleigh, N. C; Edmundson, Margaret Bridgers, Wilson, X. C; Edwards, Cornelia 
Williams, Snow Hill, N. C; Eaison, Frances Marian, Greensboro, N. C.j Fitzgerald, Henri Ann, Princeton, N. C. 








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First row: Puller, Mary Evelyn, Raleigh, N. C; Gant Jessamine, Danville, Ya.; Gardiner, Carmen Loi, Rio de Janeiro, 
Brazil; Glover, Jean Bowdcn, Bailey, N. C.; Gregson, Peggy Ann, Richmond, Va. 



'econd row: Hackney, Sarah Latham, Wilson, N. C.; Hammond, Mary Gage, Greenville, S. C; Harless, Agnes 
Inn, Edenton, N. C.; Harris, Janet, Raleigh, N. C; Harris, Suzanne Logan, Norfolk, Va. 



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Third row, left to right: Harrison, Sue Lewis, Danville, Va.; Hays, Laura Madura, Durham, N. C.; Hazard, Thelma 
Lois, Haw River, N. C.; Hicks, Mary Alice, Faison, N. C.; Hines, Ruth Hatch, Greenwood, S. C. 

Fourth row: Hodges, Mary Alma, Kingstrec, S. C.j Holoman, Laura MacDonald, Raleigh, N. C.; Holton, May Mc- 
Laughlin Northrop, Wilmington, N. C; Hood, Martha Adelaide, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; House, Letitia Ann, Beau- 
fort, N. C. 














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First row, left to right: Hurt, Rebecca Wilson, Greensboro, N. C; Johnston, Peggy Louise, Wilmington, N. C; 
Jones, Alice Venable, Warrcnton, N. C; Jones, Mary Agnes, Waynesboro, Pa.; Leary, Margaret Marriner, More- 
head City, N. C. 

Second row: Leavell, Mary Aston, Morchead City, N. C; Littleton, Mary Linwood, Wilmington, N. C; Loy, Vir- 
ginia Allen, Eustis, Fla.; Martin, Gillie Braughn, Richmond, Va.; Melcher, Katherine Curry, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. 



Third row, left to right: Morchead, Louise Lindsay, Charlotte, N. C; Murdock, Judith Christine, Durham, N. C; 
McCulloch, Ruth Ann, Blucfield, W. Va.; McKcc, Mary Stuart, Mt. Olive, N. C; McKim, Christenc, Wilson, N. C. 

Fourth row: Nelson, Ann Purrington, Lenoir, N. C; Patterson, Ann, Edcnton, N. C; Patterson, Jean Ann, Concord, 
N. C; Paul, Mary Jo, Washington, N. C; Penton, Elizabeth Ann, Wilmington, N. C. 








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Class of 1952 





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First row: Pcnton, Marjorie Willard, Wilmington, N. C; Perry, Lois Spruill, Windsor, N. C; Pickett, Frances, 
High Point, N. C; Redding, Anna Ingram, Plandome L. I., N. Y; Richardson, Eleanor Kathryn, Greenville, S. C 

Second row: Risley, Adcle King, Savannah, Ga.; Robinson, Sarah Ernestine, Concord, N. C.; Rustin, Shepherd, Gas- 
tonia, N. C.; Sadler, Sue Antoinette, Tarboro, N. C.; Sanders, Helen Boy kin, Charlotte, N. C. 



Third row, left to right: Setzer, Helen Esther, Hickory, N. C; Shepherd, Susan Jackson, Weldon, N. C; Smith, Eu- 
genia Trexler, Raleigh, N. C; Snider, Betty Jo, High Point, N. C.j Stewart, Anne .Marshall, New York, N. Y 

Fourth row: Stewart, Margaret Malvina, Birmingham, Ala.; Studdert, Elizabeth Hoyt, Midland, Texas; Tankard, 
Patricia O'Brien, Washington, N. C; Taylor, Barbara Gebert, Gulfport, Miss.; Telfair, Constance, Glen Oaks, Queens, 
N. Y. 













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Class of 1952 




First row, left to right: Thompson, Josephine Kent, Wilmington, N. C; Trant, Catherine Sue, Portsmouth, Va.; Trow- 
bridge, Joanne, Plymouth, N. C.j Turley, Virginia Edwards, Kinston, N. C; Watson, Mary DuBosc, Raleigh, N. C 

Second roiv: Whitley, Elizabeth Murray, W'illiamston, N. C; Winders, Janyce Wilkinson, Kenly, N. C; Woodson, 
Grace Mathilda, Salisbury, N. C; Woodward, Susan Drummond, Hampton, Va. 



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OFFICERS 

Kitty Fisher 
President 

Becky Wai.i. 
I "ice-President 

Caroline Heath 

Secretary 

Betty Ruth MacNair 

Treasurer 



Business Class 



First row, left to right: Allsbrook, Mary Flizabeth, Wilmington, N. C; Bull, Jeanette Eleanor, Raleigh, 

N. C; Campbell! Neville, Raleigh, N. C; Cobbs, Stella Stickney, Anniston, Ala.; DeHart, Martha 

Hasseltine, Winston-Salem, N. C; Fisher, Catherine Elizabeth, Elizabethtown, N. C. 

Second roiv: Fulghum, Juliet F.lizabeth, Raleigh, N. C.j Grady, Jeffrie Ann, Raleigh, N. C; Harrell, 

Barbara Lynn, Raleigh, N. C; Harris, Betsy Roselvn, Wilmington, N. C; Harrison, Mary Spooner, 

Enfield, N. C; Heath, Mary Caroline, Raleigh, N. C. 

Third row: Fee, Anne Brownrigg, Goldsboro, N. C; Lee, Nancy, Raleigh, N. C; MacNair, Betty 

Ruth, Wilson, N. C; Miles, Ann Ruth, Durham, N. C; Nooe, Elizabeth Parrott, Raleigh, N. C; 

Richardson, Mary Louise, Danville, Va. 

Fourth row: Stanard, Rosella, Raleigh, N. C; Tew, Harriet, Savannah, Ga.; I hornton, Elizabeth 

Webb, Morehead Citv, N. C; Wall, Elizabeth Bowne, High Point, N. C. 




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Sophomores 



CLASS OFFICERS 

Sally Dalton 
President 

Tresca Bowles 
Vice-President 

Laura Matheson 
Secretary 

Jane Nisbet 
Treasurer 




First row, left to right: Adams, Emilie Norwood, Ahoskie, N. C; Bernhardt, Nancy Thornwell, 
Lenoir, N. C; Billich, Joan, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; Bisanar, Caroline Elizabeth, Concord, N. C.j 
Bowles, Mary Tresca, Durham, N. C. 

Second row: Brand, Louise Vance, Urbana, Ohio; Clegg, Mary Ann, Mount Holly, N. C; demons, 
Gloria Carter, Chattanooga, Tcnn,; Dalton, Sally Gossett, Charlotte, N. C; Daniels, Patricia Bagley, 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Third row: Davenport, Mary Anderson, Timmonsvillc, S. O; Durham, Lois Christine, Columbia, 
S. C.j Eley, Nell Deans, Ahoskie, N. C; Ciatling, Clover Priscilla, Raleigh, N. C.j Gordon, Re- 
becca Ann, South Hill, Va. 






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Class of 1%3 




First row, left to right: Hagood, Sally Dcmarcst, Charlotte, N. C.j Haltom, Nancy Anne, High 
Point, N. C; Maddux, Jane Lambdon, Marshall, Ya.; Le Stourgeon, Katherine Fontaine, Charlotte, 
N. C; Law, Beaufort Sims, Fayettevillc, N. C. 

Second row: Lassiter, Faith Himrod, ,Raleigh, N. C; Harris, Clairenc Tankard, Seaboard, X. C; 
Hamer, Silvia Anne, Lenoir, N. C.j Matheson, Laura Deane, Ahoskie, N, C; Mebane, Isabella, 
1 lunstville, Ala. 

Third row: Moore, Georgia Hickmott, Washington, D. C; Morris, Dorothy Gaither, Mocksville, 
N. C; McDowell, Mary Jane, Tarboro, N. C; Xisbet, Mary Jane, Charlotte, N. C.j Nolan, Julia 
Marion, Burnswick, Ga. 



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Sophomores 



First row, left to right: Overton, Lucile Christine, Newport News, Va.; Owens, Anna Jane, Wilson, 
N. C; Page, Marion Louise, I'.l Paso, Texas; Robinson, Faith Cobb, Washington, 1). C; Robinson, 
Suzanne Smyre, Gastonia, N. C. 

Second row: Saunders, Elizabeth Tracques, Columbia, S. C; Stedman, Victoria Farlc, Lumberton, 
N. C; Stott, Barbara Jean, Greensboro, N. C; Sturges, Lula Reynolds, Raleigh, N. C; Summerlin, 

Margaret Jean, Mount Olive, N. C. 

Third row: Summers, Cynthia Jean, Richmond, Ya., Swindell; Florence Clarke, Raleigh, N. C; 
Tucker, Carolyn Blair, l.ouisburg, N. C; Urquhart, Mary Louisa, Courtland, Va.; Ward, Cynthia 
Wood, Elizabeth City, N. C. 



















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Class of 1954 




OFFICERS 

Gloria Gilmore 

President 

Alice Bost 
I 'ice-President 

Catherine Morrison 
Secretary 

Laura Esvin 

Treasurer 



First row, left to right: Atkins, Frances Louise, I.illington, N. C; Baker, Martha Kay, I immons- 
ville, S. C; Bost, Alice Lyerly, Hickory, N. C; Bowen, Ann Fain, Tryon, N. C; Bransford, Anne- 
Louise, Greensboro, N. C; Bullington, Rebecca Aliene, Spartanburg, S. C. 

Second row: Callaway, Sylvia, Pinehurst, N. C; Cart, Elizabeth Montgomery, Spartanburg, S. C.j 
Clem, Alary Betsy, Pearisburg, Va.; Cobb, Sara Borden, (ioldsboro, N. C; Cullcn, Mary Elizabeth, 
Painter, Va.; Dickson, Barbara Caroline, Charlotte, X. C. 

Third row: Ervin, Laura Powc, Raleigh, N. C.j Freund, F.bba Susannc, Raleigh, N. C; Garriss, 
Mary Linda, Margarettsville, N. C; Gilmore, Gloria Harbort, Nichols, S. C; Gold, Leon Brandt, 
Hickory, X. C; Grizzard, Mary Gwendolyn, Branchville, Va. 




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First roii\ left to right: Groves, Jean Abney, Gastonia, N. C; Hansen, Betty Jo, Raleigh, N. C; 

Herring, Hazel Chamblee, Raleigh, N. C; Hester, Margo Erwin, Tryon, N. C.j Hope, Sara McClair, 

Honca Path, S. C; Jones, Anne Iredell, Columbia, S. C. 

Second row: Keller, Freda Louise, Charlotte, N. C; LaFar, iMary Lee Nelson, Gastonia, N. C; 

Larkins, Pauline Murrill, Trenton, N. C.j Lightsey, Ellen Glenn, Columbia, S. C.j Mastcrton, Isabel 

Van Rensselaer, Hillsboro, N. C; Mcnzies, Evelyn Ravcncl, Hickory, N. C. 

Third row: Michal, Mary Lenoir, Boone, N. C.j Morrison, Catherine Hollister, Gastonia, N. C; 

Myers, Marian Louise, Raleigh, N. C; McCabe, Anne Moss, Greensboro, N. C; Neal, Adeline, 

Marion, N. C; Nichols, Katherinc Anne, Durham, N. C. 

First row, left to right: Nicolson, Ann McCulloch, Rockingham, N. C; Patton, Emily Prances, 
Chapel Hill, N. C; Pearson, Julia Anne, Gastonia, N. C; Randall, Peggy Jean, Spartanburg, S. C; 
Reinecke, Jane Sutherland, Fayettcville, N. C; Robinson, Caroline LcConte, Columbia, S. C. 
Second row: Ruttcr, Beverly Grace, Ormond Beach, Fla.; Seaman, Barbara Watson, Warrenton, 
N. C; Stevens, Ann Fverettc, Rocky Mount, N. C.j Stokes, Nona Catherine, Charlotte, N. C; 
Summcrvillc, Susan Horton, Charlotte, N. C; Swink, Sabra Landon, Salisbury, N. C. 
Third row: Timmons, Marie Hollingsworth, Columbia, S. C; Tribble, Barbara Ann, Wake Forest, 
N. C.j Waldrop, Eloise Taylor, Raleigh, N. C.j Wooten, Louise Trotter, Goldsboro, N. C. 








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Candidates for Certificates- 1950-1951 



Fine Arts 
Laura Davis 



Susan ne Robinson 
Jean Summerlin 



Design 

Barbara Clark 

Alice Frances May 
Patricia Stonham 
Sonoko Yamamoto 



Speech and Theatre Arts 

(Catherine Armistead 

Juliet Fulghum 
Elizabeth Nooe 



Piano 

Margaret Gaston 

Organ 

Emily Fisher 



June Bullard 



Special Students 



Molly Hope Barnes 
Raleigh, N. C. 



George Robinson Ragsdale 

Raleigh, N. C. 



Margaret Uzzle Bowen 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Janie Jolly Ragsdale 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Mrs. Peggie Royster Jones Corby 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Sarah Stone 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Frances Nell Greene 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Glenn Lambeth Warren 
Kniehtdale, N. C. 



Harriet Hortense Harris 
Franklinton, N. C. 



Helen Pearl Whiti ield 
Raleigh, X. C. 



Susan Hayes 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Mary Elizabeth Workman 
Raieigh, N. C. 



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Organizations 



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By common interests joined together 
To train and entertain; 
Helping ourselves by helping others 
To prepare for years to came — 
After life at Saint Marys. 



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Saint Mary's School Library 



The Belles 




Staff 

VI mo Fkangks Allen 
Editor 

Virgin] \ Mow iky 
Associate Editor 

Eunice Slanders 

News Editor 

Jean Lang 

Feature Editor 



BELLES STAFF 

Mary Frances Allen, Editor; Virginia Mowery, Associate Editor; Eunice Saunders, News Editor; Jean Lam:, Feature 
Editor; Mary Jane McDowell, Headline Editor; Laura Chapman, Chief Copy Reader; Evelyn Oettinger, Business Manager; 
Stella Cobbs, Circulation; C.A.P, Moore, Faculty Adviser; Nancy Bernhardt, Claire Boone, Dot Crawford, Margaret 
Cheatham, Edith Cross, Sally Dalton, Martha dcHart, Chris Durham, Nell Eley, Linda Garris, Sally Hagood. Margo 
Hester, Martha Hood, Lou Keller, Ann McCulloch, Alice May, Dorothy Morris, Kitty Neal, Allen Loy, Ann Nelson, 
Jane Nisbet, Julie Nolan, Ann Patterson, Mary Jo Paul, Anna Redding, King Rislcy, Tonia Roue. Shep Rustin, Sue 
Anne Sadler, Pat Stonham, Barbara Stott, Mary Sutton, Sabra Sw ink, Virginia Turley, Al White, Janyce Winders, 
Beaufort Law, Sue Harrison, Caroline Cobey, Mickie Shannon. Circulation Staff: Julia Steed, Martha McGuirk, 
Anne Rixey, Grace Woodson, Sandra Sims, Peggy Hooker, Alice Hicks. 



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The Bulletin 



Staff 

Barbara Clark 

Editor 

Laura Davis 

Art Editor 




Barbara Clark, Editor; Laura Davis, Art Editor; Laura Chapman, Kav Daniel, Libba Dorris, Martha Hood, Alice 
May, Rebecca Moose, Al White, Sonoko Yamamoto. 




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The Stage Coach 




Editorial Staff 

Merre-Lyn Lynch 
Editor 

Alice May 
Art Editor 

Sally Dalton 
Underclassman Editor 



Kit Armistcad, Mary Tom Battle, Claire Boone, Alice Bost, Barbara Clark, Caroline Cobcy, Sally Dalton, Laura Davis, 
Betsy Dunn, Marian Faison, Margaret Gaston, Grace Gordon, Sally Hackney, Sally Hagood, Alice Hicks, Mary 
Alma Hodges, Alice May, Ann McCulloch, Ann Nicoll, Jean Page, Dorothy Parshley, Ann Patterson, Anna Redding, 
Buncy Robinson, Shepherd Rustin, Margaret Ann Sasscr, Vickie Stcdman, Pat Stonham, Pat Tankard. 




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of 1951 



Business Staff 

Catherine Biklf. 
Business Manager 




Anna Ball Arthur, June Bullard, Louise Brant), Audrey Campbell, Gertrude Chappell, Gloria Clemons, Patsy Daniels, 
Libba Dorris, Ann Dwyer, Ebba Frcund, Juliet Fulghum, Mary Evelyn Fuller, Virginia Gilliam, Hazel Herring, Laura 
Holoman, Nancy Lee, Glenn Lightsey, Laura Dean Matheson, Jean McGhee, Chris McKim, Marion Myers, Ann 
Nelson, Mary Jo Paul, Connie Shanklin, Florence Swindell, Connie Telfair, Timmie Timmons, Lou Urquhart, Mary 
Watson. 




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President 






Secretary 






Edith Rogers 










Treasurer 






Allen 








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BuLLARD 








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Dalton 








Oettincer 


Dawson 








Perry 


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Hicks 








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Y.W.C.A. 




President, Nancy Woodruff; Vice-President, Mary Sue Strupe; Secretory-Treasurer, Sally Dalton; 
Allen, Atkins, Bernhardt, Berryhill, Bisanar, Boone, Bost, Bowles, Bridger, Buchanan, Costner, 
Crawford, Crofton, Cullen, Dalton, Dixon, Dize, Fdmundson, Elcy, Krvin, Faison, Fisher, Gardiner, 
Garriss, Gaston, Gilmorc, Glover, B. Gordon, Gould, Gri/.zard, Groves, Hackney, Hagood, Hal- 
tom, Harlcss, B. Harris, C. Harris, Hayes, Hicks, Hines, Hood, Hooker, Hurt, A. Jones, M. A. 
Jones, LaFar, Law, Lee, LcStourgcon, Mathcson, May, Morrison, Mowery, Mcnzics, McCulloch, 
McGlaughon, MeGuirk, McKim, Nelson, Nichols, Nisbct, Owens, J. Page, M. Page. J. Patterson, 
Redding, Richardson, Rowc, Rustin, Sadler, Sasser, Shannon, Shepherd, Sims, Sledge, Snider, Srrick- 
land, Strupe, Summer lin, Tankard, "I immons, "I rowhridge, Williamson, Woodruff. 



President, Edith Rogers; Vice-President, Grace Gorden; Secretary, Caroline Cobcy; Battle, Billich, 
Brock, Chapman, Cheatham, Cheek, Clarke, Clemons, Cobbs, Cross, Dawson, Dunn, B. Gardiner. 
Harrison, S. Harrison, Hester, Hodges, Holton, A. Jones, Leavcll, Littleton, Loy, MacNair, Mar- 
tin, Melcher, Millikcn, Moore, Moose, Murdoek, McCabc, Nicoll, Nicolson, Nolan, Octtingcr, 
Parshley, A. Penton, Perry, Poland, E. Richardson, Risly, Rixcy, Rutter, Sanders, L. Saunders, 
Stedman, A. Stewart, Mai. Stewart, M. Stewart, Stonham, Stott, Summerville, Swink, Taylor, 
Tew,Trant, Wall, Williams, Woodward. 




Canterbury Club 




Altar 
Guild 



Wsident, Stella Cobbs; Vice-President, Virginia Hall; Secretary-Treasurer, Elise Feim- 
ter; Bass, Battle, Boone, Cheatham, Cobbs, Costner, Daniel, Dunn, Feimster, Gor- 
lon, Hall, Hammon, Harless, Harrison, House, Hurt, Leavell, Littleton, May, 
*4cCuirk, McKce, McNair, Nicoll, A. Patterson, Paul, Poland, Rixey, Rogers, 
lustin, Sanders, E. Saunders, Scovil, A. Stewart, Mai Stewart, M. Stewart, Stonham, 
7rant, Waddell, Wall, Williamson, Woodward. 



President, Edith Rogers; Secretary-Treasurer, Nancy Haltom; Bass, Boesser, Boone, 
Brand, Bransford, Buddy, Chapman, Clemons, Davenport, Edwards, Gould, Harris, 

Hicks, House, Jones, Leavell, Lee, McCabc, Melchcr, Neal, Patont, Penton, Ruttcr, 
Thornton. 



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Daughters 

Club 




President, Alice Hicks; Vice-President, Louise Milliken; Secretary-Treasurer, I"raqucs Saunders; Ben 
hill, Bowles, Cobb, Davenport, Gilmore, Grizzard, Harris, Herring, Matheson, Michal, Pattern 
Summers, Sw indell. 



President, McGuirk, ,M; Vice-President, Hall, V.; Secretary, Cobbs, S.; Treasurer, Battle, M. T.; Battle, 
Brand, Chapman, Cheatham, Cobbs, Dalton, Davis, Dorris, ,\I. Dunn, Gilliam, Gilmore, G. Gordon, 
Hall, S. Harrison, Hays, Hicks, Hines, A. Jones, Jones, Littleton, Loy, MacXair, Milliken, Moore, 
Murdock, McCabe, McDowell, McGuirk, Neal, Pearson, Penton, F. Robinson, Rogers, Sanders, 
Shanklin, Taylor, Trant, Wall, Winders, Woodson. 




Grancldaughte 
Club 




Sigma 

Pi 
Alpha 



esident, Armistcad, K.; Vice-President, Lynch, M.; Secretary-Treasurer, Gilliam, V.; Allen, Armistcad, 
kle, Bollard, Chapman, Clark, Clarke, Dorris, Dunn, Eaddy, Edwards, Faison, Gaston, Gilliam, 
lys, Hicks, Hood, A. Jones, Lcavell, Lynch, McGuirk, McKee, Mowery, Paul, Risly, Mai Stew art, 
•ickland, Strupe, Sutton, White, Yamamoto. 



Glee 
Club 



President, (Catherine Armistcad; Librarians, Kitty Fisher, Dorothy Parshley; Armistcad, Bass, Berry- 
hill, Boesser, Boone, Bransford, Bridger, Brock, Buckly, Bullard, Chapman, L. Edwards, K. Fisher, 
Fulghum, Glover, Gregson, Haltom, Hansen, Hines, Hood, Anne Jones, LaFar, l.oy, A. Lee, Master- 
ton, Mebane, McCabe, McCullock, Page, Parshley, Patton, A. Penton, M. Pcnton, Shepherd, Sturges. 
Taylor, Tew, 1 hornton, Turley, Waldrop, Williamson, Winders, White, Woodruff. 




Dramatics 
Club 




President, Rebecca Moose; Vice-President, {Catherine Armistead; Secretary, Juliet Fulghum; Publicity Chairman* Bctr 
Ruth MacNair; Adams, M. F. Allen, Armistead, Battle, Billich. Boesser, Boone, Bowles, Brand. Buchanan, Campbe 
A. Cheek, Clarke, Clegg, Cobbs, Costner, Cross, Dawson, Dickinson, Dickson, Dixon, Eaddy, C. Edwards, L. Edward 
Fitzgerald, Freund, Fulghum, Fuller, Gardiner, Garriss, Gatling, Gilliam, Gordon, Gregson, Hackney, Haltom, Ha 
rell, B. Harris, C. Harris, Harrison, Hester, Hodges, Holton, Anne Jones, M. A. Jones, Le Stourgeon, Lightscy, Lc 
MacNair, Maddux, Masterton, May, Moose, Mowery, Michal, McCutchen, McGhec, McKee, Ncal, Nisbet, Noo 
Oettinger, Overton, Patterson, Paul, A. Penton, Perry, Redding, Risley, Rixcy, S. Robinson, Setzer, Shanklin, Shanno 
Sims, Snider, Stedman, Steed, Mai Stewart, Stott, Strickland, Summerlin, Sutton, Swindell, Swink, Tankard, Tew, Tran 
Urquhart, Welsh, White, Woodruff, Woodward, Yamamoto. 



President, Libba Dorris; Secretary-Treasurer, Lane Buckly; Barnes, Chapman, Chearham, Edwards, 

Fulghum, Haltom, Harrison, Hays, Hooker, Jones, Patterson, Redding, Risley, Rixey, Rowe, Rustin, 
Shepherd, Sims, Summers, Swindell, Trow bridge, Wall, Welsh. 




Orchesis 




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Athletics . . . 



On hockey field and tennis court 
The Sigmas and the Mus 
Contend with friendly rivalry; 
Their spirit of fair play reflects 
Life at Saint Mary's. 





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Evelyn Oettinger 
President 




Alice I [iocs 
I 'ice-President 



Sigma 



CHEERLEADERS 

Boesser, Boone, Dawson, Harrison, Owen, Page, Rowe, 
Tew. 



LETTER CLUB 

President, Alice Hicks; Mary Frances Allen, .Mary Davenport, 
Grace Gordon, Alice Jones, Evelyn Oettinger, Dorothy 
Parshley, Allein White, Nancy Woodruff. 








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Louise Milliken 
President 




Allein White 
I Ice-President 



Mu 



ATHLETIC COUNCIL 

Mrs. Guess, Miss Liverman, Alice Hicks, Louise 
Millikcn, Evelyn Oetcinger, Al White. 



CHEERLEADERS 

Donaldson, Faison, Fulghum, Mowery, Perry, Shan- 
non, Shepherd, Stednian. 




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Hockey 




"I he 1950 All Stars . . . the eirls that make the eame worth watching 



Spring's in the air . . . and so is the bal 




Softball 



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Basketball 



The referee's whistle . . . and the big jump 



A bow, an arrow, a target ... a bull's eye! 



Archery 




Badminton 




And it's all for one little shuttle 



Pine day . . . fine game 




Tennis 



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All for the love of the game 



IHr 



Volleyball 



Somebody ought to push the teacher in! 



Swimming 




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Features . . . 



Formals, flowers, music; 

Pageantry and beauty; 

Hotdogs, jeans, and firelight; 

The gayer, happier, lighter moments 

Of life at Saint Alary' s. 





Marshals 



Sandra Sims, Chief 
Frankie Allen 
Grace Gordon 



Peggy Hooder 
Julia Steed 
Mazie Strickland 




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May Q 



ueen 



SANDRA SIMS 




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May Court 




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KIT ARMISTEAD, PAT BOESSER, KITTY EISHER 



JULIET FULGHUM, GRACE GORDON, PEGGY HOOKER 





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May Court 






ANN MILES, VIRGINIA MOWERY, ANNE RIXEY 



ELIZABETH SAUNDERS, MARY STRICKLAND, HARRIET TEW 






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Senior 




LOUISE MILLIKEN 

School Spirit 





AL WHITE 

Versatility 




S^cs, 



SANDRA SIMS 
Beauty 



Superlatives 




^VH 





LAURA CHAPMAN 

Intellect 



MARTHA McGUIRK 

Dependability 



EVELYN OETTINGER 

Sportsmanship 




e^fcfe 



Senior 




^^fca, 



ALICE MAY 

Originality 



Superlatives 





KIT ARMISTEAD 

Charm 




MARY STRICKLAND 
Style 



GRACE GORDON 

Popularity 




S^b* 




Outstandir 



ALLEIN WHITE 



LOUISE MILLIKEN 



iris 




MARTHA McGUIRK 



f7l 



?Z>A 



ANNE RIXEY 





Outstandi 



MARY STRICKLAND 



SANDRA SIMS 



iris 



MARY FRANCES ALLEN 



EVELYN OETTINGER 




Our First Week . . . 



. . . the fun of meeting new people and knowing new places 




Our Last Week . . . 



the tears of leaving old friends, and the smiles of remembering 




Moments to Remember 







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FURNITURE AND ACCESSORIES 

of Quality and Distinctiveness 



WAYSIDE 
FURNITURE HOUSE 

Hillsboro Street Extension 
Raleigh 



COMPLETE INTERIOR FURNISHINGS 



Compliments of 



CAPITAL ICE 
& COAL CO., INC. 



DIAL 5589 



SAINT MARY'S SCHOOL AND JUNIOR COLLEGE 

RICHARD G. STONE, President 
Raleigh, North Carolina 

High school graduates are offered two years of standard college work. 
The curriculum also includes 1 1th and 12th grades of high school work. 
All academic courses fully accredited by the Southern Association. 

Excellent Courses in Art, Business, Expression, Home Economics 

and Music Departments with Tuition included 

in General Charge 



Twenty-Acre Campus — Field Sports — Gymnasium — Tennis 

Indoor Tiled Swimming Pool — Horseback Riding — Golf 

RESIDENT AND DAY-STUDENTS 



Write for Catalogue and View Book 



Raleigh's Smartest Shop 

126 Fayetteville Street 



Featuring — 

SMART, STYLISH APPAREL 



For the College Miss Who Aspires to 

the Distinction ot Being Smartly 

Gowned at All Times. 



Best Wishes 

to 
Saint Mary's 



HOTEL SIR WALTER 



HOST TO VISITORS 
TO THE CAPITAL 



Arthur E. Buddenhagen 

Manager 




MORE POWER TO YOU 

Since the end of the second world war when materials again 
became available, Carolina Power & Light Company has been 
engaged in the greatest building and expansion program in 
its history Already big new generating units have been in- 
stalled — substations and other installations enlarged and 
improved — urban and rural lines extended In fact, since 
the end of the war Carolina Power & Light Company has 
built more than 6,000 miles of rural lines and has connected 
more than 40,000 rural and farm customers that did not 
previously have electric service. The building program is con- 
tinuing and under present plans a hundred million dollars will 
be invested in extending and improving electric service in the 
area we serve. 



(CAROLINA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY) 



J Compliments of 




ALFRED WILLIAMS & CO. 


For women who love 




elegance in 




rootwear 




shop at 


BOOKS 




STATIONERY 




GIFTS 


ADLER'S of Raleigh 

Always First in Fashions 

i 


Raleigh, N. C. 




Congratulations 




OCCIDENTAL 




Graduates 




LIFE 




of The Shov 
1951 of th 


vplace 
e 


INSURANCE COMPANY 




Carolinas 






Best 






of 






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always 






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Home Office 
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA 


F^'d'c^ifflil 



Compliments of 

MARTIN 
MILLWORK 
COMPANY 



HAYNES STUDIO 



Makers of Fine 

Photogra phs 

for Annuals 



PHONE 3-3512 

10y 2 West Martin Street 

Raleigh, N. C. 



FRIENDLY 
FRUIT STORE 



FRESH FRUITS AND 
VEGETABLES 

Friendly ■ Courteous Service 



Phone 2-3212 

601 Hillsboro Street 



For Belles with an Eye for STYLE 
Smart . . . Fashionable . . . 

SUITS for every season 



mlinuL 




Second Floor of Fashion 




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BELL BAKERIES, INC. 

Bakers of 

Bell Bread and Cake 



JOB P. WYATT b 
SONS CO. 



HARDWARE 

FARM EQUIPMENT 

SEEDS : BULBS : PLANTS 

INSECTICIDES 



325-331 South Wilmington Street 
RALEIGH, N. C 



DEPENDABLE 

• DRY CLEANING 
• PRESSING 

• DYEING 




AROLINA 
LEANERS 

116 HARRISON AVENUE 



8871 — DIAL — 8871 



BOYLAN-PEARCE 
Inc. 



"Raleigh's 
Shopping Center" 



FLOWERS! 

Cut Flowers Corsages 

Graduation Bouquets Decorations 



Phone 8347 



J. J. FALLON CO., INC. 

"(Fe Grow the Flowers We Sell" 



We Appreciate 



Your patronage of the past season 
and sincerely trust our efforts to 
offer you the best in entertainment 
have been successful. 



Ambassador Capitol 

Varsity 

Tower Drive-in Theatre 



Operated by North Carolina Theatres, Inc. 



Choice of the College 

Crowd for 25 

Years 

Carolina 
TRAILWAYS 




Compliments 
of 

FINCH'S 



Newest and Most Modern 

Drive Inn 



Compliments of 

HAVES-BARTON 
PHARMACY 

Twenty Years of Service 



CANDIES -:- SODA 
SANDWICHES 

POPULAR BRAND COSMETICS 



Phone 2-4641 



YELLOW CAB CO. 



5811 



Continuous 

Quality 




Bottled Under Authority of The Coca-Cola Bottling Co. 



The Capital Coca-Cola Bottling Co. 



DILLON SUPPLY COMPANY 

INDUSTRIAL MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT 
RALEIGH DURHAM ROCKY MOUNT GOLDSBORO 



yjynum Printing, Company 

J\alelg,lt, JSortn Carolina 



PHILLIPS ROOFING COMPANY 

ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORK 

ESTIMATES HOT 

FURNISHED „. . AIR 

ON REQUEST 221 West Davle Street FURNACES 

DIAL 3-3520 



RALEIGH, N. C. 



NORTH CAROLINA 




EQUIPMENT COMPANY 




Construction, Industrial and 
Logging Equipment 


PATRONIZE 


Contractors' and Municipal Supplies 


OUR 
ADVERTISERS 


"International Diesel Power" 


Raleigh Wilmington Charlotte 




Guilford Asheville 




MELVINS 




PHARMACY 




1217 Hillsboro' Street 


SAY 

BAMBY BREAD 


Phone 5834 


Royal Baking Company 




Raleigh, North Carolina 


Complete Drug Store Service 



Compliments of 



THE BRITE SPOT 

"Nothing but the Best" 



DIAL 9404 



RALEIGH 



1301 Hillsboro Street 



COMPLIMENTS AND 

BEST WISHES 

OF 

SUPERIOR 
STONE COMPANY 



Insurance Building 
RALEIGH, N. C 




Phone 4635 

118 Fayetteville Street 
Raleigh, North Carolina 



W P BAKER, President W. P BAKER, JR, Vice-President L A BROWN, Secretary 

BAKERS b BROWN ROOFING COMPANY, INC. 

ROOFING AND SHEET METAL CONTRACTORS 
DIAL 2-4528 406-412 West Davie Street 

CONTINUOUS SERVICE SINCE 1915 
Raleigh, North Carolina 



Compliments of 



WuO/v^ 



16 West Hargett Street 

RALEIGH, N. C. 

Phone 2-2905 



Smart Styles 
Foremost Fashions 



FASHIONS 



PINE STATE 



Milk • 9c& Gi 



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RALEIGH, N. C • Dial 2-3911 



BROGDEN 

PRODUCE 

COMPANY, INC. 




Wholesale 
FRUITS and PRODUCE 


Tv^odes 

1 % FURNITURE 


Since 1905 


Phone: 3-5541 - 3-5542 j 


Raleigh, N. C. 




At Home — At School — At Work 

ENJOY AN 


JAMES E. THIEM 

RECORD and SHEET MUSIC 

"House of Quality" 


UNDERWOOD 
TYPEWRITER 

STANDARD : PORTABLE 
ELECTRIC 


• 

SCHOOL SUPPLIES 

Fountain Pens 

Sheaffer - Parker 
Eversharp - Waterman 


• 

UNDERWOOD CORPORATION 

1211 Hillsboro Street 

Raleigh, N. C. 


Albums - Memory Books 

Loose Leaf Books 

Stationery 

• 

108 Fayetteville Street Phone 2-2913 
RALEIGH. N. C. 



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